They're remaining tight-lipped about their plans for the future.
But David and Victoria Beckham have set tongues wagging after they were reportedly spotting evening up properties in the exclusive Ham Common area of Richmond.
Sparking rumours that the world famous family are preparing to move back to Britain, Victoria has been visiting schools and potential homes.
Back to Britain: David Beckham and his family have reportedly been eyeing up properties in Ham Common, Richmond
The footballer played his last game for LA Galaxy on Saturday, but is yet to reveal whether or not the family will be
The family still have their £18 million mansion in Hertfordshire, but could be looking to add another UK property to their portfolio.
According to The People, the Beckhams are looking to set up home again in the UK, and it seems that Richmond could be the perfect place to do it.
House-hunting: Victoria has already visited properties in Richmond and the Harrodian School, according to reports
Return to the UK: Victoria has sparked rumours that the family will return home as David decides on his professional future
Victoria has reportedly already viewed a townhouse in the salubrious Ham Common area and is believed to be in the process of making an offer.
The 38-year-old fashion designer, who splits her time between the US and the UK, was also spotted having a tour of the nearby Harrodian School with her sons.
The exclusive £6,000 a term school is best known for its famous alumni including Robert Pattinson, Tom Sturridge and Caggie Dunlop, so the Beckham boys certainly wouldn't feel out of place.
Relocating: While David is returning to Europe for two seasons, it is unknown what the rest of the family will do
Decisions to make: David and Victoria are in the process of deciding if they want to move back to Britain or stay in the US
Victoria might be swayed by the calibre of neighbours she would have in the upmarket area, which includes MP Zac Goldsmith and The Who guitarist Pete Townshend.
For his final match David was joined on the field by sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz who took part in the team presentation before the start of his Major League Soccer (MLS) Cup match.
The footballer is believed to be returning to Europe to play for at least two seasons, but the family's plans are yet to be announced.